Don’t you love buying things on sale? Watch our video on why you should feel the same way about market fluctuations.
Think that title sounds familiar? It is. We’ve been here before. And, as before, the “debt ceiling” is a gold mine for some politicians, journalists, and analysts. A possible government shutdown, or reaching a “hard” debt ceiling, are both fun for pessimists to talk about. It seems to happen every couple of years and, as […]
If you read us regularly, and we hope you do, you know that we write each week about a topic we think is both important and timely. Last week, we were either clairvoyant, or extremely persuasive. We argued that unless and until the Federal Reserve reduced the size of its balance sheet (and unwound quantitative […]
People worry about current events affecting their retirement funds. If you invest correctly, there is no one event that can affect your retirement portfolio. Watch our video blog from Rogan & Associates founder Michael Rogan for more on this topic.
Michael Rogan, founder of Rogan & Associates discusses why you shouldn’t take what you hear in the media to heart.
Despite what you might think, financial planning is not about numbers and math. Rogan & Associates founder Michael Rogan explains why in this video blog.
Are you confident you have a retirement plan for the future that will provide for you and your family despite what is going on in the world? Watch our video blog for more information.
Two weekend articles, in major US newspapers, left us shaking our heads. The Washington Post wrote that “economic growth actually kills people,” while The Wall Street Journal published a piece saying, ironically, we should get used to slow growth – it’s normal. Both are ridiculous. First, The Washington Post cited statistical studies that blame premature […]
Do you know the difference between a financial planner and an investment advisor? You can’t ‘react’ your way to wealth, you need to ‘act’ your way to wealth. Watch our video for more information on this important topic
One of the key excuses for the Federal Reserve to hold off raising rates again and again, and to raise them very slowly, is that inflation remains extremely low. The consumer price index is up only 1.1% in the past year. The Fedâ€™s preferred measure of inflation â€“ for personal consumption expenditures, or PCE […]